cement plant operations handbook 2014 united arab emirates

building al ain

building al ain

To help realise its plans to expand its building materials portfolio in the United Arab Emirates, Arkan Building Materials Co contracted Sinoma International Engineering Co Ltd to construct its new Al Ain Cement Factory (ACF) at the Arkan Industrial Park in Al Ain, UAE. Satisfied with the completed plant, the cement producer also subsequently awarded the China-based firm with the operations contract. By Overseas Development Branch of Sinoma International Engineering Co Ltd (formerly known as CBMEC and Sinoma E&E), China.

As one of the largest cement factories in the world with Sinoma full proprietary intellectual property rights, ACF has a clinker capacity of 11,000tpd and is capable of producing up to 4.5Mta of cement. Sinomas scope of supply ranged from raw materials to cement distribution and covered engineering design, equipment supply, construction and commissioning of theworks.

The new line was the second 10,000tpd production facility to be built by Sinoma International Engineering Co Ltd after its first successful commissioning of Union Cements 10,000tpd line, UAE, in 2005.

fujairah cements industries | located at dibba town of fujairah emirate

fujairah cements industries | located at dibba town of fujairah emirate

Fujairah Cement Industries (FCI) is a Public Joint Stock Company was established in the Emirate of Fujairah, on 20th December 1979, with the paid capital of AED 555 million, according to Govt. of Fujairah Decree No: 3/79 issued by His Highness Sheikh Hamad Bin Mohammed Al Sharqi, the Member Supreme Council of UAE and the Ruler of Fujairah. Sheikh Mohammed Bin Hamad Bin Saif Al Sharqi is the Chairman of the Company and Mr. Nasser Ali Mohammad Khammas is the General Manager. FCI is a consortium of Govt. of Fujairah, Govt of Abu Dhabi, Islamic Development Bank, and shareholders from UAE and other GCC countries.

The plant is located at Dibba town of Fujairah Emirate. It was supplied and erected by M/s. Voest Alpine, Austria on a turn-key basis with a capacity of 500,000 M.T. of clinker with one cement grinding mill of 800,000 tons per annum.

One of the highly sophisticated parts of the works is the centralized plant control. All operations are controlled by the centralized control room, except crushing, stacking, packing and palletizing operations which are controlled separately.

Fujairah Cement Industries guarantees value for money, quality, cost and time for its cement products and services. It shall continually strive to conform to Customers, Regulatory and International Standards including ISO 9001:2008

FCI greatly emphasizes in manufacturing high quality cement through stringent quality control techniques and computerized control systems. Using sophisticated equipment like Distributed Control System (DCS)

We conduct training programs on various issues pertaining to Safety & Environment. We do engage experts from the respective fields for a better understanding and implementation. Some of the training programs conducted

HR & Admin department of FCI supports good relationship of company with the employees under the umbrella of the Federal Labor Law No.8 of 1980. The department continuously reviews HR policies and follows the practices of good organization and carries out necessary improvements to attract and retain best human talent and build intellectual capital.

The Companys HR policies and processes supports the dignity of workforce , safe working environment, managing work on time, social welfare, attitude to work for better production, protection of man and machine, availability at work place, follow well defined instruction for safety

cement industry solutions | abb

cement industry solutions | abb

We start with the best people, engineering expertise and over a century of knowledge and know-how of electrification and process control in cement production. Our team then provides integrated products, services and solutions to help customers in the cement industry optimize their power and productivity resulting in increased availability and lower lifetime investment costs.

ABBs new permanent magnet (PM) motors for medium-power gearless conveyor drives (GCDs) reduce production costs and increase competitiveness. A PM motor, combined with gearless technology, also fulfills eco-design requirements, saves energy, reduces failure rates and lowers maintenance overheads.

ABBs Advanced Process Control and Analytics Suite comprises tools, online and offline, to deploy advanced controllers and analytic models; this gives process and power industries monitoring, predictive analytics and closed-loop control abilities at the device, edge and cloud and ensures real-time operation efficiency gains.

A leading U.S. cement companys immediate response to general maintenance is to perform it in-house rather than turn to a service provider. However, the North American supplier of aggregates and building materials did not yet know the analyzers in its Texas, USA plant were becoming obsolete.

vibspectrum international

vibspectrum international

Authorized Distributors of Pruftechnik, Germany condition monitoring products like on line and offline vibration meters and analyzers, wear scanners. We also provide Predictive maintenance consultancy services, Laser alignment services etc.

gcc: a return of fortunes?

gcc: a return of fortunes?

The performance of the GCC cement sector improved significantly in 2019 when compared with the previous year as higher domestic consumption combined with increased export demand. For 2020, the outlook remains equally promising, supported by expansionary budgets and the normalisation of relations between GCC countries.

GCC cement sector fortunes fared relatively better in 2019 compared to 2018. A revival of export fronts and improved local demand resulted in higher profitability last year. For 2020 U-Capital expects the improved outlook and sentiment to continue on the back of expansionary budget announcements, the normalisation of relations between GCC countries, reconstruction in war-inflicted neighbours (mainly Yemen and Syria), an oil price expectation of US$65/bbl, the announcement of affordable housing for nationals, expansion plans by various local and international developers as well as the development of new economic cities and free zones.

the global cement report - online database of cement plants

the global cement report - online database of cement plants

Welcome to The Global Cement Report - online database of cement plants. This resource contains listings of over 2566 facilities worldwide (excluding China), and is the most up-to-date listing of cement plant information available. Basic data is available free of charge. For full access to the database, purchase The Global Cement Report, 13th Edition.

failure modes effects and criticality analysis and fault tree analysis case study of waste heat recovery plant in a cement factory, united arab emirates | springerlink

failure modes effects and criticality analysis and fault tree analysis case study of waste heat recovery plant in a cement factory, united arab emirates | springerlink

This article reports a case study of the application of FMECA and FTA methods to inform the design of effective maintenance program for a waste heat recovery power plant in the hot arid climate of the United Arab Emirates. It illustrates the strengths and weaknesses of these approaches through a case study report of a live plant in a cement factory. The article highlights the implications and importance of plant-specific contextual factors in conducting quality FMECA and FTA.

B. Reinhart, K. Howell, K. Black, Unlocking the potential of combined cycle plants. Power Engineering (2018). https://www.power-eng.com/articles/print/volume-122/issue-4/features/unlocking-the-potential-of-combined-cycle-plants.html. Accessed 26.02.2019

Shanks, K., Hamad, A. & Ameer, A. Failure Modes Effects and Criticality Analysis and Fault Tree Analysis Case Study of Waste Heat Recovery Plant in a Cement Factory, United Arab Emirates. J Fail. Anal. and Preven. 20, 4050 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11668-020-00827-8

taqa united arab emirates powering a thriving future

taqa united arab emirates powering a thriving future

Our beginnings lie in the provision of power generation and water desalination capabilities in Abu Dhabi, which have underpinned our growth into one of the largest utilities companies in the GCC. Today, we are a top-10 integrated utilities player in Europe, the Middle East and Africa by regulated assets.

We are committed to playing a role in delivering the UAE Energy Strategy 2050. We have 13 operational power generation and water desalination plants across the emirates. In addition, Abu Dhabi Transmission & Despatch Company PJSC (TRANSCO), Abu Dhabi Distribution Company (ADDC) and Al Ain Distribution Company (AADC) provide transmission and distribution networks and grids serving more than 1 million customers, making the UAE a large part of our business. The facilities availability performance is in the top quartile for the industry and provide approximately 1 million customers in the UAE with power and water.

In addition to our UAE-based power and water plants, we have GCC-focused investments in power generation facilities in Oman and Saudi Arabia, with a 40% stake in Sohar Aluminium Company, which includes captive power generation facilities for an aluminum smelter, and a 25% interest in Jubail power plant.

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